Buy 1 month of Showmax, and score one extra month this Black Friday
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| November 26th 2021
For a limited time, Showmax is offering a 2-for-1 deal on all packages, including Showmax Pro. Buy one month of Showmax and get a second month on the house. Get the deal.
The mobile-only version of Showmax starts at KSh 300 per month, which means you can watch the latest and greatest movies, series, kids’ shows and more on your phone for two whole months for the price of a burger. This offer is valid from 25 November to 9 December 2021.
Here are some of the great new series and movies on Showmax:
Famous follows three young artists – Nyota, Magic and Nikita – as they navigate the intricate music industry in Nairobi. Created and directed by renowned music video director and filmmaker Enos Olik.
Crime and Justice
Set in Nairobi, Crime and Justice stars Sarah Hassan and Alfred Munyua as Makena and Silas, the Nairobi Metropol Police detectives at the heart of the show. The eight-part series follows one ripped-from-the-headlines case per episode, all the way through to the courtroom verdict.
Pieces of Us
Serah Ndanu steps into the role of Joey, a spoilt rich girl who’s used to getting her way except when it comes to matters of the heart. Joey is in a not-so-honest relationship with the equally rich Richard (Brian Ogola), a mama’s boy who finds himself caught up with secrets from his past that could ruin his relationship and his good family name. Seasons 3-4 coming to Showmax in December.
The United Way
Told by football legend Eric Cantona and featuring previously unseen footage, the doccie looks at Manchester United’s roots, tracing their historical journey before the turn of the century through candid conversations with stars like David Beckham and Ryan Giggs.
Ready to double up? Get the deal.
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